[arm-allstar] Are these chan_iax2 warnings something I should be worried about?

Doug Crompton doug at crompton.com
Wed Aug 3 18:03:45 EST 2016


 Allstar re-registers once a minute so if you have the verbosity set too high you will see all that and more on the screen. As was stated it is not a problem. I generally use asterisk -rvvv  Three V's of verbosity to start the client. This gives reasonable feedback for most troubleshooting. But if you do a higher verbosity it will stay there unless you reset it. So if you do:

asterisk -rvvvv

It will be at four and if you then exit and do asterisk -rvvv it will still be at four. So you would need to execute this command in the client to reset it to the value you want -

 core set verbose 3

In this case back to 3.
73 Doug

To: arm-allstar at hamvoip.org
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2016 11:47:31 -0500
Subject: [arm-allstar] Are these chan_iax2 warnings something I should be	worried about?
From: arm-allstar at hamvoip.org
CC: tomw at ecpi.com

This is on a new installation on the version 1.02 code but I’ve seen these sorts of errors on my other nodes.   Everything connects just fine and seems completely functional but thought I’d ask.  If it is a problem, it is no doubt a cockpit error on my part. Tom N5TW 

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